Acute exposure of symptomatic steelworkers to sulphur dioxide and carbon dust: effects on mucociliary transport, pulmonary function, and bronchial reactivity.

Abstract

Nine steel workers participated in controlled exposures to sulphur dioxide alone and sulphur dioxide plus carbon dust (5 ppm and 10 mg/m3, respectively). All were experiencing work related respiratory difficulties. Bronchial clearance was measured using radioaerosol inhalations and external detection. Results were variable and no statistically significant… (More)

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